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    Jim Davis Garfield Christmas Day Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-25-97 (PAWS/Universal Press Syndicate, 1997). "Peace on Earth and goodwill toward men... and dogs!" Odie even gets a nod of approval from that cynical fat cat, Garfield, on this cute Christmas day episode. Created in ink over blue pencil on Bristol board with an image area of 14" x 4". Signed in the image area. In Excellent condition. From the Jim Davis Collection.

    More information about Jim Davis, also known as Davis, Jim, Jim Davis.

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